Archive for November, 2015

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

November 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

Siesta Key beach is the place to have the most fun on the Suncoast!  There’s so much to do…. Swimming, playing beach volleyball, walking, running, parasailing, jet-skiing, boating, fishing, shelling or just soaking up the sun!  Here’s this month’s visitors to our amazing barrier island! (photos by Jaye Clements/ Sarasota Photography unless otherwise stated.)  SKIMBOARDER  […]

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Off Islands

Off Islands

November 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

By Rodger Skidmore Oh, what a tangled web we weave Up and down Anna Maria, and Longboat and Lido Keys, residents are concerned about the loss of mangrove forests (mangrove patches is more like it these days) along the bay side of these barrier islands. One would hope that everyone is aware that the tangled […]

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November Siesta Key Round Up

November Siesta Key Round Up

November 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

By Bob Stein  New Pastor announced for St. Michaels the Archangel on Siesta Key Parishioners of the Catholic Church received word on Sunday October 18 that a new Pastor was appointed to the parish.  The new pastor, Reverend Michael Cannon will assume his new responsibilities on November 2. Father Cannon is a priest of the […]

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Captain's Fishing Report for November

Captain’s Fishing Report for November

November 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

Captain Klopfer Adventure Charters 941-371-1390 http://fishingsiestakey.com November offers Siesta Key anglers diverse opportunities.  A wide variety of species are available this month, and multiple techniques will be successful.  The key is adapting to the conditions; weather will become a factor at times.  Water temperatures will be falling as it cools off and the days become shorter, […]

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County secures final permits for South Siesta Renourishment

County secures final permits for South Siesta Renourishment

November 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

By Roger Drouin Sarasota County is on track to start construction in mid-January of the long-planned South Siesta Renourishment project. The county has secured all final permits, including a permit from the Army Corps of Engineers and approval by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. “The county now has all permits in hand to move […]

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Taking a Stand

Taking a Stand

November 1, 2015 | Comments (0)

SKA and residents led effort to protect coastal setback line By Roger Drouin Recent history has shown that Mother Nature can quickly cause damage to a home that’s too close to the water. One example took place several years ago, when nature filled a pool completely in with sand and saltwater at a Gulf-front home […]

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